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NSW Aboriginal Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2020-2025

NSW Ministry of Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans New South Wales 23 December 2020 Policy document Indigenous peoples, mental health care, quality care

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The NSW Aboriginal Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2020-2025 supports and assists NSW Health services in delivering respectful and appropriate mental health services in partnership with Aboriginal services, people and communities.

This strategy is designed to support and assist NSW Health services in delivering respectful and appropriate care in partnership with Aboriginal services, people and communities. The strategy is the foundation for change that will support a future way of working under the national Agreement for Closing the Gap in Aboriginal Health outcomes.

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